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U.S. articles from the Freedom Socialist
Summer 1976
Freedom Socialist Party members and guests from Washington, Oregon and California convened in April for the FSP’s historic Tenth Anniversary Conference at the Point Hudson waterfront resort in picturesque Port Townsend, Washington. The Conference...
Summer 1976
“We are here to talk about where we’ve been and what we’ve done, to draw the necessary lessons and conclusions from our experiences, analyze our successes and failures, and chart our future course. We are here to prepare for the coming American...
Summer 1976
Conference discussions were structured around the basic pre-Conference document prepared by FSP Organizer, Gloria Martin, and distributed in advance of the Conference to all members. This document, in the form of a Resolution, was entitled History,...
Summer 1976
As Leon Trotsky wrote, “It is not the Party that makes the program (the Idea); it is the program that makes the Party.” A party, on the other hand, is only as strong as the individuals who develop and carry out its program, for in the final analysis...
Summer 1976
The introduction of seven new FSP members provided an appropriate and inspiring climax to the Conference — and a meaningful tribute to the founders of the Party. Representing a wide cross-section of movements, the new members are a welcome addition...
Summer 1976
Remember the generation gap? Don’t trust anyone over 30. Mother against daughter, father against son, mother AND father against daughter and son, ad nauseum. Well, the FSP has always challenged that particular reactionary doctrine as being one more...
Summer 1976
The Freedom Socialist Party is a socialist feminist organization dedicated to the replacement of capitalist rule by a genuine workers democracy that will guarantee full economic, social and political equality to women, minorities, gays, and all...
Summer 1976
As a socialist feminist organization, the Freedom Socialist Party predicted from its inception that women would be the dynamite in the new explosion of working class radicalism and that women workers and minority women would come to be the shock...
Summer 1976
If you live outside the Seattle area and have received this newspaper by mail, it is probably because you signed our mailing list at one of the many national or regional conferences we have attended in the past few years. You may even be one of the...
Summer 1976
A house may not be a home, but the headquarters of a thriving revolutionary party is a real home-away-from-home for all the people who go there to work, meet, plan, buy books, see films, eat, dance, relax, or simply drop in to see what’s happening,...